Several design leaks of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series over the last few weeks have been making news on the internet. Last week, we got to see official press images of the Galaxy Note 10 series, and now an FCC inspection has found out that the official live images of the series have been leaked out.
Along with the 6.7-inch screen and the dimensions of 162.5 × 77.6 mm, the design of the Galaxy Note 10+ seems to share similarities with that of the Huawei P30 Pro. The device will reportedly include no notch in the screen.
The smartphone also features a vertical triple camera set up at the rear with a depth camera and another sensor.
For the flagship models of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series, Samsung has placed the 'punch-hole' front camera in the middle.
The Galaxy Note 10+ seems to omit the 3.5mm headphone jack and the Bixby button on the side.
It is expected that the series will come with the Galaxy Note trademark S-Pen which charges wirelessly.
The connectivity features of the Galaxy Note 10 series are dual-band Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 5.0, and LTE, but 5G doesn't seem to be a feature of this series.
More details will be known after the official unveiling of the Galaxy Note 10 series slated to take place on August 7.